Found in 102 Collections and/or Records:
210 x 160 mm. Aerial view.
Quarter-plate (landscape format). [No print]. Missing.
205 x 155 mm. The Constitutional talks between the British Government and Ministers of the Federation of South Arabia and Ministers of the Government of Aden ended in London on Thursday, August 16. The talks were held under the chairmanship of the Secretary of State for the Colonies, Mr. Duncan Sandys.
203 x 242 mm. The talks on the Constitution of Aden opened this morning at the Colonial Office under the Chairmanship of Mr. Duncan Sandys the Colonial Secretary.
147 x 102 mm. Sepia wash.
A view showing three men aboard a small motor launch with the 'Indrawadi' at anchor in the background.
A view showing workmen unloading merchandise from the deck of the 'Indrawadi', probably at Adan.
A view showing several small ships in the harbour at `Adan.
A view showing a steamer at anchor in Tawahi Harbour with the town of Steamer Point in the background.
A view looking down on a motor launch about to tie up beside the ship.
A view showing a party of Indians rowing an officer in white uniform ashore.
A view showing a motor launch.
A view from the harbour looking towards Steamer Point with dhows and steam vessels at anchor in the foreground.
A view looking along an unidentified street with rocky hillside beyond, probably at Steamer Point.
A view showing sacks and barrels of merchandise piled in an open space with a camel hauling a load in the foreground. The slide is probably of the Camel Market at Crater.
210 x 160 mm. The caption continues: 'Dhows being fitted up for their annual journey to the East African Coast.' Presumably then, this photograph was taken in Adan, Yemen.
210 x 160 mm. The caption continues: 'All sizes and many shapes of dhow are seen in the building yards of Aden.'
210 x 160 mm. Finishing touches: carpenters complete their work on the poop of a large Arabian dhow ready for the annual trip to the ports of East Africa.'
The men who fired the battery at Aden Nov: 27 1911. The first salute of 101 guns as a personal salute in the presence of the Soverign in history.
Flagstaff and the battery.